disentwine

dis·en·twine

 (dĭs′ĕn-twīn′)
tr. & intr.v. dis·en·twined, dis·en·twin·ing, dis·en·twines
To untwine or become untwined.

disentwine

(ˌdɪsɪnˈtwaɪn)
vb
to become or cause to become untwined; unwind

disentwine


Past participle: disentwined
Gerund: disentwining

Imperative
disentwine
disentwine
Present
I disentwine
you disentwine
he/she/it disentwines
we disentwine
you disentwine
they disentwine
Preterite
I disentwined
you disentwined
he/she/it disentwined
we disentwined
you disentwined
they disentwined
Present Continuous
I am disentwining
you are disentwining
he/she/it is disentwining
we are disentwining
you are disentwining
they are disentwining
Present Perfect
I have disentwined
you have disentwined
he/she/it has disentwined
we have disentwined
you have disentwined
they have disentwined
Past Continuous
I was disentwining
you were disentwining
he/she/it was disentwining
we were disentwining
you were disentwining
they were disentwining
Past Perfect
I had disentwined
you had disentwined
he/she/it had disentwined
we had disentwined
you had disentwined
they had disentwined
Future
I will disentwine
you will disentwine
he/she/it will disentwine
we will disentwine
you will disentwine
they will disentwine
Future Perfect
I will have disentwined
you will have disentwined
he/she/it will have disentwined
we will have disentwined
you will have disentwined
they will have disentwined
Future Continuous
I will be disentwining
you will be disentwining
he/she/it will be disentwining
we will be disentwining
you will be disentwining
they will be disentwining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disentwining
you have been disentwining
he/she/it has been disentwining
we have been disentwining
you have been disentwining
they have been disentwining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disentwining
you will have been disentwining
he/she/it will have been disentwining
we will have been disentwining
you will have been disentwining
they will have been disentwining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disentwining
you had been disentwining
he/she/it had been disentwining
we had been disentwining
you had been disentwining
they had been disentwining
Conditional
I would disentwine
you would disentwine
he/she/it would disentwine
we would disentwine
you would disentwine
they would disentwine
Past Conditional
I would have disentwined
you would have disentwined
he/she/it would have disentwined
we would have disentwined
you would have disentwined
they would have disentwined
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Kittelstrom's gift is that she disentwines liberalism and secularism, demonstrating that antique ex-Calvinists actually tilled much of the ground for a later birth of pluralism, and that our contemporary faith in human equality and human dignity owe much to the Romantic and Transcendentalist notion of "universal inner divinity." While Kittelstrom celebrates this strand of liberalism, she doesn't hesitate to show how its historical context sometimes hindered it from perceiving problems--the real position of women in society, the actual effects of racism, and so on.